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Restaurant Spotlight: Teaism

March 25, 2015 6:40 PM0 comments

Teaism mainly markets itself as a “collection of Asian-inspired tea houses,” as it says on one part of the “About” page on its website. But it’s also one of D.C.’s coolest regional restaurants. The tea house-eatery franchise, which has four locations in the region – three in D.C. and one […]

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Mary Riley Styles Opens House for TJ 5th Grade Art Show

6:32 PM0 comments

A Thomas Jefferson Elementary School fifth grader paints their Pacific Northwest Clay Totem Pole. The Jefferson Grade 5 Art Exhibit is currently on display at Mary Riley Styles Public Library for the next few weeks. Mary Riley Styles Public Library hosted an open house for the exhibit on Tuesday night, […]

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Netanyahu Tips U.S. Public Opinion Shift

6:27 PM2 comments

Oh, those pesky “unintended consequences!” A really big one accompanied the recent controversial address by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a joint session of the U.S. Congress, organized behind the back of President Barack Obama. What has come to pass as a result of that ham-handed move is a […]

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Transit: Which Route Through F.C.?

6:07 PM0 comments

At a Falls Church League of Women Voters’ forum at the F.C. Community Center Sunday, panelists shared their views of options the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission will be making in the near future for an optimal route for light rail or bus rapid transit operations eventually coming through the City […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Falls Church Restaurant Week

5:53 PM0 comments

If you’ve been doing it right, you should already have three days of Little City wining and dining under your belt. The best part, however, is that there’s still four more days left in Falls Church Restaurant Week so there’s plenty more eating to do. On the menu, there’s tacos, […]

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Editorial: ‘Mason Row’ is a Very Good Idea

5:32 PM4 comments

There is a clear calculus operating here that does not require degrees in rocket science to figure out. It goes something like this: If you want quality schools then you have to support aggressive commercial development that will pay for them. It is our sense that most residents of Falls […]

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Former F.C. City Manager Lasso Joins Law Firm

5:30 PM0 comments

The Law Offices of Baskin, Jackson and Duffett, P.C. has announced that David Lasso has joined the firm as a principal. Lasso has been in practice for 38 years with a focus on municipal and state law matters including land use planning and development, procurement matters, state and local regulatory […]

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Pancake House Hosting Benfit for F.C. Education Foundation

5:28 PM0 comments

The Original Pancake House is hosting a “Dine Out Day” to benefit the Falls Church Education Foundation on Thursday, March 26 from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. A percentage of proceeds will benefit the No Holidays for Hunger Program and operations for the Foundation. The Original Pancake House is located […]

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MPA Accepting Entries for Strictly Painting 10

4:35 PM0 comments

The McLean Project for the Arts is currently accepting entries for its biennial painting exhibit Strictly Painting 10 through midnight on Friday, April 17. The show, which is being juried by Vesela Sretenoviç, senior curator of modern and contemporary art at The Phillips Collection, runs from June 18 – August 1. […]

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City’s Leaf Mulch Loading Day Set for April 4 and May 9

3:45 PM0 comments

The City of Falls Church’s Leaf Mulch Loading Day will take place Saturday, April 4, from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the City’s Recycling Center at 217 Gordon Road. A second leaf mulch loading day will take place on May 9 at the same time and location. The City’s […]

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